With just three regular season games remaining, Devin Aguilar , the 6-foot-2, 175-pound point guard from Mullen High School in Denver, Co., would love nothing more than to deliver a state championship to his high school. Aguilar has had a solid junior campaign to date, and several college basketball programs are starting to take notice.
"Devin is just a junior, but things are beginning to pick-up for him," said Mullen head coach Porter Cutrell. "Denver University, SMU, Providence, Colorado and Colorado State are some of the schools that have expressed an interest in Devin.
"Denver University, SMU and Providence are the schools that have been by to watch Devin play," he added. "Providence was actually here on Wednesday night to watch him play. Devin and I have not specifically talked about what schools to visit, but we encourage all of our players to take all five official visits."
Aguilar is fully aware that he will have to start making some decisions about his recruitment in the future, but he is not ready to do that just yet. In fact, the 6-foot-2, 175-pound point guard is completely focused on bringing a state championship to Mullen High School.
"We are having a great season," said Cutrell. "We are the No. 4 ranked team in the state and No. 1 ranked team in our league. We have an overall record of 18-2 and have a legit chance of playing for a state championship.
"Devin is playing very well for us," he added. "He is our starting point guard and is averaging 12.5-points and 3.2 assists per game. He is hitting 62.8 percent of his field goals and 78 percent of his free throws. Devin plays football as well, so he missed a couple of games at the beginning of the year."